498

Date: 
May 12, 1971 - May 13, 1971
Location: 
Oval Office
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1 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Conversation No. 498-1/499-2 Date: May 12, 1971 Time: Unknown after 5:33 pm - 6:03 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with H.R. (Bob) Haldeman. The recording began while the meeting was in progress. Discontinuities appear in the original recording. The initial portion of this conversation was recorded intermittently with 499-2 [The President talked with Frank T. Bow. The recording began while the conversation was in progress] [Conversation No. 498-1A/499-2C] [See Conversation No. 3-27] [End of telephone conversation] Stephen B. Bull entered at an unknown time after 5:33 pm. President's schedule -Dr. Edward E. David, Jr. Bull left at an unknown time before 5:34 pm Peter G. Peterson [The President talked with Edward P. Boland between 5:34 pm and 5:36 pm] [Conversation No. 498-1B/499-2] [See Conversation No. 3-28] [End of telephone conversation] Peterson -Future work [The White House operator talked with the President at 5:37 pm]
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[Conversation No. 498-1C/499-2] [See Conversation No. 3-29] [End of telephone conversation] Peterson -Future work -George P. Shultz -Compared with Shultz and John D. Ehrlichman -Appearances -Business Council -Congress -Compared with William P. Rogers [The President talked with the White House operator at an unknown time between 5:37 pm and 5:41 pm] [Conversation No. 498-1D/499-2] [See Conversation No. 3-31] [End of telephone conversation] Peterson -State Department -Jacob K. Javits -Future work -International economic policy -Water [The President talked with Connally between 5:41 pm and 5:45 pm] [Conversation No. 498-1E/499-2E] [See Conversation No. 3-32] [End of telephone conversation] Supersonic Transport [SST] -Senate vote -David H. Gambrell
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-Alan Cranston, John V. Tunney -Forthcoming conversations with Connally [The intermittent recording apparently had ceased at this point] [The President talked with Wilbur D. Mills between 5:45 pm and 5:48 pm] [Conversation No. 498-1F/499-2] [See Conversation No. 3-33] [End of telephone conversation] [The President talked with White House operator between 5:48 pm and 5:52 pm] [Conversation No. 498-1G/499-2] [See Conversation No. 3-34] [End of telephone conversation] Connally -Actions supporting the President's policies -Compared with other Cabinet officers -SST, Lockheed SST -Legislative struggle -House of Representatives action -Henry A. Kissinger's possible call to Otis Chandler -Chandler's possible calls to Cranston and Tunney -Haldeman [White House operator talked with the President at 5:52 pm] [Conversation No. 498-1H/499-2] [See Conversation No. 3-35] [End of telephone conversation] Unknown issue Conv. No. 498-1/499-2 (cont.)
4 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Kissinger -Taft Schreiber -John A. Scali's views -Role of Jewish constituency -Michael J. (Mike) Mansfield proposal -Considerations -Rogers's possible efforts US foreign policy -Israel -Kissinger -Rogers Peterson John N. Mitchell's schedule Kissinger The President's schedule -Alabama, Texas -Florida -Texas radio address -Preparation The press -McCall's article -An unnamed female television reporter -Helen A. Thomas' article -The President's enemies goals -Patrick J. Buchanan's views -1972 election 1964 election -Barry M. Goldwater -Buchanan Raymond K. Price, Jr. Weather
Conv. No. 498-1/499-2 (cont.)
5 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Florida -1968 primary The President and Haldeman left at 6:03 pm
Conversation No. 498-2 Conv. No. 498-1/499-2 (cont.) Date: May 13, 1971 Time: 9:28 am - 10:03 am Location: Oval Office The President met with Henry A. Kissinger and H.R. (Bob) Haldeman. The recording began while the meeting was in progress. Discontinuities appear in the original recording Vietnam -Michael J. (Mike) Mansfield's proposal -Unknown man's response -Jacob K. Javits -Calls to Kissinger -Speech, travel plans -Possible vote -Nelson A. Rockefeller -"Establishment" -David Rockefeller [The President talked with William P. Rogers between 9:35 am and 9:41 am] [Conversation No. 498-2A]
[See Conversation No. 3-41] [End of telephone conversation] -Rogers' forthcoming meeting with Mansfield -Dean Rusk -Health -Support for the President -Dean G. Acheson
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US troops in Europe -Administration Policy -Senate's Role -Charles H. Percy ****************************************************************************** BEGIN WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 1 [National Security] [Duration: 26s ] GERMANY END WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 1 ******************************************************************************
Mansfield Amendment -Cyrus R. Vance's schedule -Hubert H. Humphrey -Edmund S. Muskie -Muskie's views -Vance's conversation with Kissinger -Humphrey -Edward M. (Ted) Kennedy's views -"Establishment," Democrats -The President's schedule -Acheson -Nicholas de B. Katzenbach -A meeting of a hospital board -Location -Cabinet Room -Rogers, Melvin R. Laird, Andrew J. Goodpaster -Seating arrangements -Rogers, Laird, Acheson, Vice President Spiro T. Agnew Agnew's relations with Vance The President's meeting -Vance's schedule
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-Clark M. Clifford -W[illiam] Averell Harriman -Views regarding the President's reelection compared with other attendees -Health -Relations with Acheson US troops in Europe -Muskie's views -William A.K. (Tony) Lake The President's views on issues during the 1960's -North Atlantic Treaty Organization [NATO] -"Establishment"
Conv. No 498-2 (cont.)
The President's policies -Acheson's views -Cambodia -Intervention Korea -Acheson's Views -Union of Soviet Socialist Republics [USSR] -China -Cambodia Vietnam -Laotian incursion (Lam Som) -Public opinion -Casualties -Effectiveness -Absence of spring offensive -Military dispositions -Instructions for Thomas H. Moorer -Bombing plans -Ellsworth F. Bunker -Announcement of the President's Forthcoming Visit to USSR -Negotiations -Bombing -The Presidents instruction -Timing
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-Le Duan -Visits to USSR and Peoples Republic of China [PRC] -Strategic Arms Limitation Talks [SALT] Forthcoming Announcement -Message to PRC The President's Schedule -Robert D. Murphy Conv. No 498-2 (cont.)
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END WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 3 ****************************************************************************** Rogers -The President's schedule -Kissinger's forthcoming meeting with Gerard C. Smith -Possible reaction to news -The President's schedule -Smith -Rogers -Anatoliy F. Dobrynin [Unintelligible] Kissinger left at 9:57 am Polls An unknown man
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SST -Humphrey Welfare reform -Press reports -Washington Post -Ronald L. Ziegler's possible comments -The President's schedule Conv. No 498-2 (cont.) -John W. Gardner and head of Congress of Industrial Organization [CIO] -Implications -Popular opinion -Public relations -Staff's view -Daniel P. (Pat) Moynihan -The President's schedule -Edward L. Morgan's view -H.R. 1 -Popular opinion -Public relations -Ziegler, Herbert G. Klein, Agnew SST -House vote, May 12, 1971 -Gerald R. Ford -Press coverage House of Representatives -Ford, Carl B. Albert Connally -Conversation with Ford -Joseph C. Kraft's attacks -Liberals' views National economy -Gross National Product [GNP] Statistics -Release date -Forthcoming briefings -Paul W. McCracken -Herbert Stein -William L. Safire
10 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-News magazines -U.S. News & World Report -Status of inventories Alexander P. Butterfield entered at 10:02 am [Unintelligible] Conv. No 498-2 (cont.) The President's schedule -Roger E. Johnson Butterfield left at an unknown time before 10:03 am -Florida trip -Weather
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The President's schedule -Arrangements for Florida trip Haldeman left at 10:03 am
Conversation No. 498-3 Date: May 13, 1971 Time: 10:04 am - 10:30 am Location: Oval Office
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The President met with Elliot L. Richardson, Dr. Merlin K. (Monty) DuVal, John D. Ehrlichman, Ronald L. Ziegler and Clark MacGregor at 10:04 am; the White House photographer and members of the press were present at the beginning of the meeting [General conversation] Ziegler and the photographers left at an unknown time before 10:30 am. Conv. No 498-2 (cont.) DuVal -Dartmouth -Role with administration -Health care -Position of doctors -Nickname -Jack Armstrong radio show in 1930's -Background -Father -Travels -Mexico (Nogales area) -Wife -Friends Mexico -People US -Blacks, Latin Americans DuVal -Role with administration -Travel to Arizona -Indians -Los Angeles area -Health care -Predecessors -Authority -Robert A. Taft, Jr. -Role -American Medical Association [AMA] -Taft
12 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Title and functions -John W. Gardner -Work -Health care program -Welfare -Revenue sharing -[Unintelligible name] -Lewis H. Butler, Robert E. Patricelli Conv. No. 498-3 (cont.) -White House staff -Duke of Wellington's comment at Waterloo -Staff needs, program needs -National Institutes of Health [NIH], National Institute of Mental Health [NIMH] -Autonomy -Narcotics -Mary Lasker, James A. Shannon -NIH, NIMH -NIH director -Dr. Robert Q. Marston -Inter-departmental cooperation regarding narcotics -Defense, Justice, and of Health, Education and Welfare [HEW] -U.S. troops in Europe -Robert H. Finch -Cancer -Research, publicity -Marston -Bureaucracy Bureaucracy -State Department, Foreign Service -Changes -Problems of new appointees -Richardson -Fears Medical profession -Health care system -US -Burma -US -Edward M. (Ted) Kennedy
13 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Roger O. Egeberg, Richardson -The President's plan in 1948 -Christian A. Herter -Medical profession's response -Morris Fishbein -Russell Davenport -Herter -AMA -Popular opinion -Senators, Congressmen, and doctors -Richardson's health care plan -Political funding Richardson's health care plan -MacGregors work in congress -Kennedy program -W. Clement Stone's comments ten years ago -Medical profession -Views of administration Presentation of gifts by the President -Cufflinks, golf balls Richardson, et al., left at 10:30 am
Conv. No. 498-3 (cont.)
Conversation No. 498-4 Date: May 13, 1971 Time: Unknown between 10:30 am and 10:32 am Location: Oval Office The President met with Stephen B. Bull John D. Ehrlichman's schedule Bull left at an unknown time before 10:32 am
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Conversation No. 498-5 Date: May 13, 1971 Time: 10:32 am - 12:20 pm Location: Oval Office Conv. No. 498-3 (cont.) The President met with John D. Ehrlichman; Discontinuities appear in the original recording Merlin K. (Morty) DuVal -Elliot L. Richardson -[Kenneth R. Cole, Jr. ?] Richardson H.R. Haldeman entered at an unknown time after 10:32 am -Compared to Robert H. Finch -School and health issues -Performance -School districts -Edward L. Morgan, John N. Mitchell -The President's schedule -Richardson -Mitchell, John B. Connally -Meeting -Camp David -Performance Air bags -John A. Volpe's action -Charles W. Colson's possible efforts -Herbert W. Kalmbach -Henry Ford II's meeting with the President -Ralph Nader -Possible future cooperation between administration and auto industry -Kalmbach -General Motor [GM], Chrysler -Taxes -James M. Roche
15 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Support for the President President's schedule -Ford -Roche Roche Conv. No 498-5 (cont.) The President's schedule -Roche -Cole [?] -Peter G. Peterson -Meetings at White House, lunch schedule -Conversation with Ehrlichman and George P. Shultz -US competitive position abroad -Peterson, Ehrlichman -Air bags -Speech -Consumerism, environmentalism, industry -Richard J. Daley -GM -Conversation with Ehrlichman -Air bags -Ford -Department of Transportation [DOT] Safety Division -Ford -Morgan's suggestion -John W. Gardner -Heads of Congress of Industrial Organizations [CIO] and League of Woman Voters -Welfare reform Welfare reform -Public relations -Blacks -Ronald L. Ziegler -Emphasis -Politics -Daniel P. (Pat) Moynihan, Leonard Garment -The President's views -Public relations
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-Morgan and other speakers -Black audiences -Wilbur D. Mills' approach -Public relations -Richardson -Ziegler -Press -Ronald W. Reagan's possible views
Conv. No 498-5 (cont.)
An unknown man [Stephen B. Bull] entered and conferred with Haldeman at an unknown time after 10:32 am [Unintelligible]
Reagan -Letter to the President regarding California Rural Legal Assistance [CRLA] Welfare reform -Vice President Spiro T. Agnew and Mitchell -Possible conversation with Reagan The unknown man [Bull ?] left at an unknown time before 11:33 am Office of Economic Opportunity [OEO] -The President's program regarding legal services -Privatization -Public support -Effect -The Presidents view -Walter F. Mondale's legislation -Board members -Chief Justice -The President -Congress -Hoover Commission -Frank C. Carlucci -Forthcoming conversation with Ehrlichman -Presidents plans
17 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Carlucci -Future role with administration -State department career Welfare reform -Reagan CRLA -Mitchell -L. Patrick Gray, III -Relation to welfare reform -Administration position -Carlucci -Reagan Conv. No 498-5 (cont.)
Peterson -Conversation with the President -Compared with Charles H. Percy and [name(s) unintelligible] Great Britain and France [UNINTELLIGIBLE] Unknown man -Ehrlichman's son's attendance at dinner -Stanford University -Background -Possible role with administration -Council of Economic Advisors DuVal -Views regarding Mexicans Blacks [93:23] RN: I have the greatest affection for them [African Americans], but I know they ain’t gonna make it for 500 years. They aren't. You know it, too. I mean, all this, uh, Julie [Nixon Eisenhower], I asked her about the black studies program at Smith. You know, [unclear] and she said, the trouble [is], they didn’t find anything to study. [Unclear] Yet you’ve got outstanding Negroes. You’ve got to help them. You’ve got to find the Booker T. Washingtons and the George Washington Carvers. That’s all. Now, the Mexicans are a different cup of tea. JDE: Well, they’ve got a heritage.
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RN: At the present time, they have a heritage, but at the present time they steal, they’re dishonest, they do a lot of other things, but they do have some concept of family life at least. They don't live like a bunch of dogs, which the Negroes do live like. [94:05] -Future -The President's conversation with Julie Nixon Eisenhower -Black studies program at Smith College -Booker T. Washington -George Washington Carver Conv. No 498-5 (cont.) Mexicans -Compared with Blacks -Compared with Mexican-Americans -Role of family -Guadalajara, Monterey, Cuernavaca -Catholic church -Drugs -Labor Unions -Effect DuVal Peterson Council [long-range economic planning] -Views of William P. Rogers, Maurice Stans, Connally, Henry A. Kissinger US future -Kissinger Peterson -Negotiating ability -Japan -Department of State -Kissinger -Foreign economic policy -Stans -Commerce Department -National Association of Manufacturers [NAM] President's domestic policy -Administration compared with theory -Revenue sharing, government reorganization, education, health, welfare,
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environment -Politics -Cancer -Response to State of the Union address -Florida, California, Texas, Oklahoma -Economy -Jobs, family income, working Americans -Housing quality Conv. No 498-5 (cont.) -Garages -Bathrooms -National goals -1972 election -Popular expectations of government -State of the Union address -Cost of government -Shultz's work at the Office of Management and Budget [OMB] -Time magazine coverage -Popular opinion -Health -Education -Drugs -Crime -Marijuana Homosexuality -"All In The Family" television show on homosexuality -The Presidents view -Archie Bunker -Compared with Jackie Gleason -Son-in-law -Characters story line -Letter to the President -Issues -The Presidents view ********************************************************************** BEGIN WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 4 [Privacy] [Duration: 14s ]
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-Television treatment -The President view -Prostitutes -Effect on children -Presidents view -US future -Ancient Greece -Aristotle -Socrates -Influence of television -Rome -Last six emperors -Nero -Catholic church -Great Britain -France -Union of Soviet Socialist Republics [USSR] -US USSR -Narcotics -Homosexuality US future -Liberals and Communists -Moynihan, Robert H. Finch, Garment -Television -Effect on children Homosexuality -Current attitudes -Gay liberation -Justin W. Dart's conversation with Ehrlichman -University of Southern California [USC] -San Francisco
Conv. No 498-5 (cont.)
21 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Stanford University -Bohemian Grove attendees -The President's response -Hollywood -Pasadena -Decorating and apparel manufacturers -An unknown man -Decorators -Women's fashions Women's fashions -Designers -Hot pants
Conv. No 498-5 (cont.)
White House staff -Political role -Public relations -Dwight D. Eisenhower's staff -James C. Hagerty -Richard A. Moore, William L. Safire, John A. Scali -Speech writers -The President's November 3, 1969 speech -Children's conference speech -Daughters of the American Revolution [DAR] speech -Chamber of Commerce speech -Staff members -Safire, Raymond K. Price, Patrick J. Buchanan, Noel C. Koch, Moore -Public relations -Importance 1972 campaign -State of the Union -Importance -Budget -Importance -Legislative initiatives -Congress -Taxes -Ehrlichman's possible meeting -The President, John N. Mitchell, Connally, Shultz -Agenda -White House action
22 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Politics -Water -Revenue sharing -Spiro T. Agnew's speeches -Democrats' response -Joseph A. Califano, Jr., government reorganization group -Housewife in Duluth -Democrats
Conv. No 498-5 (cont.)
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Chicago -Low-income housing -Department of Housing and Urban Development [HUD] The President's conversation with Connally, May 13, 1971 -Forthcoming vote in Congress on SST [?] Federal budget -Deficit -Caspar W. (Cap) Weinberger's -Forthcoming press briefing, May 13, 1971 Chicago -Low-income housing program -Federal District Court order -Gatro [?] case -Possible referral to Supreme Court -HUD's actions
23 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Model Cities -Model Neighborhood program -Public relation program -Gatro [?] case -Legal status -HUD actions -Forthcoming mayoral election Conv. No 498-5 (cont.) The President's schedule -Forthcoming meeting on government reorganization -Connally -The President's role -Agenda -Alexander P. Butterfield Richard J. Daley -Effect on Illinois Congressional delegation -Revenue sharing An unknown person entered at an unknown time after 10:32 am An unknown item for Ehrlichman The unknown person left at an unknown time before 11:33 am Daley -Schedule Haldeman left and Richard J. Daley and George P, Shultz entered at 11:33 am; the White House photographer was present at the beginning of the meeting Greetings Arrangements for photograph Stephen B. Bull entered at an unknown time after 11:33 am -Oliver F. (Ollie) Atkins -Washington, D.C. police Bull left at an unknown time before 12:20 pm
24 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Opinion Research Corporation [ORC] poll Chicago -The President's conversation with Shultz -Housing -Federal court's order -Problems -Economic classes -Race -Racial composition -Washington, D.C. Public Housing -Racial quotas Chicago -Public housing -Vacancies -Crime -Daley's actions -Condominium -Compared with St. Louis -Shultz's views Public housing -Neighborhoods -Operations -Chicago -Locus of decision-making -Local non-profit organizations -Federal funds -Washington, D.C. neighborhoods -New York City -John V. Lindsay, Bert Kramer[?] -Racial quotas -Need for control -Schools -Crime Education -Public
Conv. No 498-5 (cont.)
25 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Private -Financing -Citizens' commission -Cardinals John Cody and John Cardinal Krol -Special revenue sharing -Possible congressional response -Importance -The President's schooling -Public -Taxes -Productivity -Voucher program -Experiment -Location (Alrock?, California) -Educational establishment position Narcotics -Chicago's program -Law enforcement personnel -Permissiveness -Reverend Frye[?] in Chicago -Elementary schools -Armed forces Effect on civilian work force -Churches' possible role -Educators -Marijuana -The President's previous conferences in California -A study -Legalization -Compared with alcohol, hard drugs -Study commission -Legalization -Effects -Treatment centers -Marijuana legalization -Crime -Methadone -Treatment program in Washington, D.C. -Effect -Heroin -Treatment program in Washington, D.C.
Conv. No 498-5 (cont.)
26 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Effect -Possible use in Chicago -Black population compared with Chicago Chicago -Police -Morale -Community support -Business, labor -Recruitment -Compensation -Continuing education -Orlando W. Wilson's accomplishments -Revenue sharing -Formula for calculation -Importance -Flexibility in public service uses Veterans -Military discharges -Petitions to Washington -Potential -Employment -Narcotics -Less-than-honorable discharges -Preference -Prisoner rehabilitation comparison National Economy -Gross National Product [GNP] -Increase -Relation to employment -Retail sales -Trends -Ford, Sears-Roebuck, Company -Inventories -Extent of change -Unemployment -Shultz's talk in Chicago with business group -Housing -Regional Differences -Chicago, Illinois, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, West Coast, Los Angeles, New
Conv. No 498-5 (cont.)
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York City, Seattle -Businessmen Chicago -Development -Compared with New York City -Businessmen -Labor -Compared with New York City and Boston -Racial programs Demonstrations -Jerry V. Wilson -Actions -Television response -Support of the President and Mitchell -ORC poll -Washington, D.C. police force -Actions -Questions -Results -Washington, D.C. police handling Intergovernmental relations -California -New York -Agnew -Daley -Shultz -Ehrlichman -The President -Dan Rostenkowski -Shultz -Importance Presentation of gifts by the President -Cuff links -Gift for Daleys wife Daley's communications with the Administration -Narcotics -Law enforcement
Conv. No 498-5 (cont.)
28 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Employment Chicago -Police -The President's support Housing program Conv. No 498-5 (cont.) Ehrlichman, Daley, and Shultz left at 12:20 pm
Conversation No. 498-19
Date: May 13, 1971 Time: Unknown between 12:20 pm and 12:50 pm Location: Oval Office Unknown men [Secret Service agents] met. Presidents location -Cabinet Room Unknown men [Secret Service agents] left at an unknwn time before 12:50 pm.
Conversation No. 498-6 Date: May 13, 1971 Time: Unknown between 12:50 pm and 1:00 pm Location: Oval Office The President talked with an unknown person The President's schedule -A call [End of conversation]
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Conversation No. 498-7 Date: May 13, 1971 Time: Unknown between 12:50 pm and 1:00 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with Alexander P. Butterfield The President's schedule -James M. Roche -Meeting information Butterfield left at an unknown time before 1:00 pm
Conversation No. 498-8 Date: May 13, 1971 Time: 1:00 pm - 1:25 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with H.R. (Bob) Haldeman Mr. and Mrs. John McCowan -Visit to the White House -Thelma (Ryan) (Pat) Nixon's schedule -The President's schedule -Mrs. Nixon's conversation with Stephen B. Bull The President's schedule -Mr. and Mrs. McCowan -Mrs. Nixon -Senator Edward W. Brooke -Tree planting ceremony Supersonic transport [SST] -Boeing
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-William M. Magruder -John D. Ehrlichman -Boeing -Concerns -Cost of possible cancellation -Jobs -Governor Daniel J. Evans, Senators Warren G. (Maggie) Magnuson, Henry M. (Scoop) Jackson -Concerns Chicago police -A poll Presidents Schedule -Citizens' Committee for Government Reorganization meeting -Betty Furness -Joeseph A. Califano, Jr. -Max M. Fisher -Businessmen -Paul W. McCracken's schedule -The President's schedule -Voluntary action event -Meetings with the President Vice President Spiro T. Agnew -Schedule -Colleges -Security The President's schedule -Bohemian Grove -Walter Trohan's letter to Rose Mary Woods -Possible demonstrations -Security concerns -Press -Barry M. Goldwater's visit in 1964 -Herbert H. Hoover -Effect on club Washington, D.C.
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Demonstrations -Opinion Research Corporation [ORC] poll -The President's previous conversation with Richard J. Daley -Chief Jerry V. Wilson -Daley's views Chicago police -Daley's possible statement at Police Appreciation Night -The President's support -Hubert H. Humphrey -Adlai E. Stevenson III -David Frost Liberals -The President's policies -Family assistance -Ehrlichman -Environment -Health A call by President Mrs. Nixon -Schedule -Staff -Oklahoma trip -Staff -The President's forthcoming trip to Oklahoma -Tulsa trip -Effect -Possible trip to Texas Demonstration against North Atlantic Treaty Organization [NATO] -Indianapolis event -Motives -The President's schedule -Announcement -Agnew's schedule Demonstrations -J. Edgar Hoover, Ehrlichman, Federal Bureau of Investigation [FBI] -Role of communists
Conv. No. 498-8 (cont.)
32 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Issues -Rennie Davis -Vietnam -May Day -Future "All In The Family" show -Archie Bunker -Setting, characters -Success, ratings -Change in storyline -Carroll O'Connor Movies -Sex as box office attraction The President's schedule -Agnew's schedule Manolo Sanchez entered at an unknown time after 1:00 pm The President's lunch Sanchez left at an unknown time before 1:25 pm Public relations -Agnew -John Connally -Agnew -Rural Electrification Administration [REA] youth -The President's schedule as Vice President -Gridiron Club dinner -Speeches -Compared with President as Vice President, Connally Haldeman left at 1:25 pm.
Conv. No. 498-8 (cont.)
Conversation No. 498-9 Date: May 13, 1971 Time: Unknown between 1:25 pm and 2:15 pm
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Location: Oval Office The President dictated a letter to Walter Trohan Trohan's note to the President -The President's schedule -Bohemian Grove -Herbert H. Hoover's presidency -Security concerns -Press Jim Fregosi -Sports
Conv. No. 498-8 (cont.)
Conversation No. 498-10 Date: May 13, 1971 Time: Unknown between 1:25 pm and 2:15 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with Stephen B. Bull The President's schedule -Henry A. Kissinger -Barber -James M. Roche -John D. Ehrlichman, Peter G. Peterson Bull left at an unknown time before 2:15 pm
Conversation No. 498-11 Date: May 13, 1971 Time: 2:15 pm - 3:35 pm Location: Oval Office
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The President met with Henry A. Kissinger Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty [SALT] negotiations -Kissinger's previous conversation with Anatoliy F. Dobrynin -Forthcoming announcement -Wording -Politburo -Potential problems Conv. No. 498-8 (cont.) -Dobrynin -US options -Possible changes -Kissinger view -Timing -Gerard C. Smith -Wording -Antiballistic Missle [ABM] and Strategic Arms reductions -The Presidents view -Public pronouncements -Private Messages -William P. Rogers -Smith, Rogers -Soviet acceptance -Protocol -Wording -Kissinger's conversation with Dobrynin -Timing -Scope of agreement -Potential future problems -Kissingers view -Smith's negotiations Stephen B. Bull entered at an unknown time after 2:15 pm The President's Schedule -Forthcoming meeting Bull Left at an unknown time before 2:34 pm SALT negotiations -Forthcoming Announcement
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-Wording -Timing -Possible effect -People's Republic of China [PRC] -Wording -Dobrynin John D. Ehrlichman, Peter G. Peterson, and James M. Roche entered at 2:34 pm 498-11 (cont.) Conv. No. Greetings Kissinger left at 2:34 pm Dumping[?] -Status A camera -Origin American cars [Unintelligible] Agenda -Safety -Environment -Peterson Environment and safety -Presidents views -Use in a speech -Ehrlichman -Proponents -Motives -Public statements -Proponents -Concerns over motives -Administration policy -House and Senate -Programs -Effect on U.S. business -Automobile industry
36 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-European and Japanese competition -Ehrlichman, William D. Ruckelshaus Safety -Proponents -Seat belt rules -Possible effect -Administration policy -Air bags -Tests -Administration policy Automobile industry -Roches role -General Motors -Perception -White House views -Ehrlichman -Peter M. Flanigan -Cooperation -Position -Anti-pollution efforts -Safety efforts -US record -Legislation in Florida -Enforcement of drunk driving laws -Improper maintenance -Inspections -Air bags -Durability and reliability -Critics -Extremity -Congress -Forthcoming White House action -Ehrlichman -Goals -Effects -Jobs -Germany and Japan -Air bags
Conv. No. 498-11 (cont.)
37 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Government regulations -1973 safety standards -Passive restraints seat belts -Air bags -Seat belts -Air bags -Current review at the White House -Department of Transportation [DOT] -A letter -An unnamed man -John A. Volpe's position -Air bags -White House handling -Reconsideration process -Manufacturers -June 14, 1971 deadline -The President's response -Economic impact -A California lawyer for General Motors [GM] -Congress -Air quality -Hearings -Ruckelshaus -Legislation -Public opinion -Economic impact -White House position -Air bags, seat belts, and shoulder harnesses -Use by public Safety -US cars -Drivers -Germans -Accident rate -Germany -England -Japan -US -Compared with losses in Vietnam -Number of cars -The President's driving
Conv. No. 498-11 (cont.)
38 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-California -Freeways Auto industry -White House contacts -Flanigan -Ehrlichman -Meeting with Henry Ford II Conv. No. 498-11 (cont.) -Roche's May 13 meeting with Ehrlichman -Japan -Possible White House Action -Flanigan, John B. Connally -Position -Roche's trip to Japan -Capacity -Exports -Future -Peoples Republic of China [PRC], Southeast Asia, Indonesia, Thailand -The Presidents view -US -Trade barriers -Korea -Automobile industry development -Latin America -Automobile industry development -PRC US and Japanese economic relations -Currency valuation -Investment restrictions -Import restrictions -Future -Petersons view -US strategy -Japanese steel -Use in automobiles -Possible US import restrictions -Possible Japanese response -US auto exports -Restrictions in Japan -Taxes
39 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Cadillac cost -Possible future actions -GM and Isuzu Cooperation -Restrictions in Japan -Shared Technology -Environment -Safety -Car Design -GM -Japanese expectations -Kiichi Miyazawa -Isuzu
Conv. No. 498-11 (cont.)
US economy -Goals -Concepts -Business Council -Areas of concentration -Competitiveness -Technology -Areas of concentration -Energy, water, medicine -Possible action by government -Research and development -Private sector -Space program -Breeder reactor -A previous cabinet briefing -Costs -Results -Desalinization -Costs -A previous briefing -Department of Interior saline water program -Dr. Edward E. David, Jr. -Compared with programs in Germany, England, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics [USSR], Japan -Possible private sector cooperation with government -Government subsidies -Domestic council -Supersonic transport [SST] comparison -USSR, PRC
40 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Japan, Great Britain, West Germany, Netherlands, and Belgium -High technology -Private sector action -Compared to Department of Interior, Department of Agriculture -SST comparison -Water desalinization programs -Health programs -X-rays Conv. No. 498-11 (cont.) -Vaccinations -Possible studies -Business, scientists, Harvard, Stanford -Japan, USSR, Great Britain, Germany, France [Unintelligible] -Future status -Economic standing -The President's forthcoming meeting regarding North Atlantic Treaty Organization [NATO] -Compared with US economic status in 1945 -Germany, Japan -Great Britain, Italy, France -Compared with Europe in 1970's -The Presidents view -Trade -Government subsidies -Productivity, labor costs -Attitude of government -Attitude of public -Compared with Great Britain -Labor costs -Edward R.G. Heath -British economy -Effect of labor costs -Unions Ehrlichman left at 3:18 pm -Conference Board -[first name unintelligible] Sheppard [sp?] -Sandy Treadwell[?]
41 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-A study commission -Business Council -Possible study -Staff capability -Members -A possible study -Schools of business -University of Chicago, Massachusetts Institute ofConv. No. 498-11 (cont.) Technology [MIT], Stanford University, University of Southern California [USC] -A previous study[?] -Scientists -Dr. Charles Salin[?] -Public opinion -Peterson's experience on White House Conference on Youth -Colorado -Zero growth -Social aspect -Technology -Jobs -Service economy -Future -Compared with Great Britain -Needs -Basic industries -An unnamed French writer -Japan -Automobiles -US -Chemicals -Services -Other countries -Steel -Textiles -Results -George P. Shultz -Results for US -Peace -Prospects -Biblical translation -Agriculture -US position -Farmers
42 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Steel, auto, chemical, radio, and camera manufacturing -Japanese competition -Panasonic televisions -Radio Shack[?] -Motion picture industry -The President's knowledge -Future -British and French films Conv. No. 498-11 (cont.) -SST -Possible competition from USSR, France -Results -Public opinion -Older Americans compare to younger Americans -Growth -Redistribution -Youth -Great Depression -Wendell Willkie campaign in 1940 -New Deal policies -Experience in communist societies -USSR, Hungary, Romania, and Poland -Possible campaign -Exploration of the unknown -Individual creativity -Benefits -Retirement -Creativity -Space program -Future -Purpose -Possible campaign -Focus -Building -Individual growth -Compared with California redwoods -Youth -Views on redistribution and growth -Peterson's experience -Contradiction of public service and materialism -Influence of press -Influence of educational system -Influence of television
43 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Influence of educational system -Influence of churches -Fundamentalists -Orthodox Jews -Influence of teachers -Influence of churches -Influence of television -Reading habits Farewells Lee Sprague -Army Corps of Engineers -Possible meeting with the President Farewells Peterson and Roche left at 3:35 pm
Conv. No. 498-11 (cont.)
Conversation No. 498-12 Date: May 13, 1971 Time: Unknown between 3:35 pm and 3:38 pm Location: Oval Office The President talked with the White House operator [See Conversation No. 3-42]
Conversation No. 498-13 Date: May 13, 1971 Time: Unknown between 3:35 pm 3:38 pm Location: Oval Office The President talked with the White House operator [See Conversation No. 3-43]
44 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Conversation No. 498-14 Date: May 13, 1971 Time: 3:38 pm - 3:39 pm Location: Oval Office The President talked with Dwight L. Chapin [See Conversation No. 3-44] [One item has been withdrawn from the conversation]
Conversation No. 498-15 Date: May 13, 1971 Time: 3:40 pm - 4:27 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with H.R. (Bob) Haldeman The President's schedule -James M. Roche -Individuals -Groups Roche The President's schedule -Individuals -Groups Supersonic Transport [SST] -Gerald R. Ford -William M. Magruder -Work in Senate
45 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
[The President talked with J. Glenn Beall, Jr. between 3:43 pm and 3:44 pm] [Conversation No. 495-15A] [See Conversation No. 3-45] [One item has been withdrawn from the conversation] [End of telephone conversation] SST -Ford -Senate -Magruder's title [The President talked with the White House operator at 3:46 pm] [Conversation No. 498-15B] [See Conversation No. 3-46] [End of telephone conversation] -Magruder's location -St. Croix SST -Forthcoming Senate vote [The President talked with the White House operator at 3:46 pm] [Conversation No. 498-15C] [See Conversation No. 3-47] [End of telephone conversation] Magruder -Location -White House operator -John D. Ehrlichman
46 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Ehrlichman -Meeting with John N. Mitchell [Haldeman talked with an unknown person at an unknown time between 3:46 pm and 3:47 pm] [Conversation No. 498-15D] Ehrlichman's schedule [End of telephone conversation] [The President talked with Clark MacGregor between 3:47 pm and 3:48 pm] [Conversation No. 498-15E] [See Conversation No. 3-48] [End of telephone conversation] The President's schedule -Forthcoming meeting with Edward W. Brooke -Henry A. Kissinger -MacGregor -Charles W. Colson -MacGregor -Kissinger -Colson John D. Ehrlichman entered at 3:49 pm National Aeronautics and Space Administration [NASA] -Apollo program -A meeting, May 12, 1971 -Budget -Nuclear Engine for Rocket Vehicle Application [NERVA] -Space shuttle -Priorities -Apollo program -Research and development -Funds, mission, name MacGregor entered at 3:50 pm Conv. No. 498-15 (cont.)
47 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
SST -The President's previous attempt to call Magruder -The President's conversation with John B. Connally -Connally's forthcoming conversations -John V. Tunney, Alan Cranston, David H. Gambrell, Clinton P. Anderson, unknown Floridan [Lawton M. Chiles, Jr.?], Lloyd Bentsen Conv. No. 498-15 (cont.) -Gambrell's views -The President's conversation with George Meany, May 12, 1971 -Meany's location -Forthcoming Senate vote -Lockheed -Connally -Boeing -Daniel J. Evans -Ehrlichman's attempted meeting with chairman, May 12, 1971 -Jobs, profits [John B. Connally talked with the President between 3:52 pm and 3:53 pm] ********************************************************************** BEGIN WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 2 [Personal Returnable] [Duration: 2m 35s ] [Conversation No. 498-15F] [See Conversation No. 3-49] [One item has been withdrawn from the conversation] [End of telephone conversation]
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SST -Forthcoming Senate vote
48 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Republicans -Issue -The President's conversation with James L. Buckley -Environment -Clifford P. Hansen, Jack P. Miller, Winston L. Prouty, Lowell P. Weicker, Jr. -The President's conversation with Hansen -Miller -The President's conversation with Hansen Conv. No. 498-15 (cont.) -Costs of termination -Effect in House -Lockheed -Boeing -Magruder's conversations -Thornton ("T.") Wilson -Lowell Mickelwait -Statement after House vote -Evans' statement -Jobs -Efforts of Henry M. (Scoop) Jackson and Warren G. (Maggie) Magnuson -Ehrlichman's forthcoming call to Evans -Forthcoming Senate vote -Boeing -Termination costs -Magruder's agreement with Wilson -Unemployment in Seattle -Newspapers position -Timing -Michael J. (Mike) Mansfield, Hugh Scott -William Proxmire's view -Senators -Popular opinion -Effect on Senators -Considerations -Senate Appropriations Committee action U.S. troops in Europe -Mansfield's view SST -Forthcoming Senate vote -Business Council's possible actions
49 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Ehrlichman's forthcoming call to Peter M. Flanigan -Telegrams -Meetings at Hot Springs -Roche -Labor's possible action -Colson -Meany -Telegrams from labor Conv. No. 498-15 (cont.) -Lockheed -Future -Connally -Magruders role -MacGregor's forthcoming meeting with Connally -Connally -Commitments by senators -Hansen's experience Forthcoming Senate vote -North Atlantic Treaty Organization [NATO] -Situation -George W. Ball SST -Forthcoming Senate vote -Commitments -Buckley -Bentsen -Connally's efforts Forthcoming Senate vote on NATO -MacGregor's efforts -NATO council statement distribution -Mutual and Balanced Force Reduction [MBFR] -European efforts -Spending -MBFR -Compare to Vietnam War -Union of Soviet Socialist Republics [USSR] -MacGregor's schedule -Possible meeting with Ford -Lunch
50 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-List of Senators -Copies -Mansfield Amendment [?] -A meeting -Ball -List of senators MacGregor left at 4:11 pm Conv. No. 498-15 (cont.)
Connally's schedule -European trip -Possible May 25, 1971 briefing in Birmingham, Alabama -Reorganization -European trip -Possible Alabama briefing -Paul W. McCracken -Ehrlichman -George W. Romney, Elliot L. Richardson, Robert H. Finch, Donald H. Rumsfeld -Mitchell -Vice President Spiro T. Agnew -Florida trip -Lyndon B. Johnson Library trip with the President -Florida trip -Connally -Idanell B. (Nellie) Connally -Accommodations -Possible Alabama briefing -Congressional testimony The President's schedule -Florida trip -George A. Smathers -Johnson Library trip Connally The President's schedule -Florida -Possible press announcements -Johnson Library
51 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Florida -Possible press announcements, radio address -Red Cross -Interview with ten business magazines -Maurice H. Stans dinner Fortune magazine -Forthcoming article on George P. Shultz Conv. No. 498-15 (cont.) -Arthur F. Burns -Interview with Time magazine reporter -Shultz's meeting with businessmen in New York City -Shultz Burns International monetary situation -Burns -Connally -Paul A. Volcker Shultz -Forthcoming Fortune article -Burns -Motives Connally -Internal Revenue Service [IRS] investigation of unknown people's income tax returns -John S. Nolan's appointment H. Ross Perot -Bargain with administration over third largest brokerage house New IRS head -Johnnie M. Walters -Mitchell -Nolan -Roger Bersh [?] -Views regarding Nolan -Edwin S. Cohen -Walters -Ehrlichman's forthcoming conversation with Mitchell
52 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Requirements -Investigations -Nolan -Ronald W. Reagan in California -John J. Rhodes -Democrats -Law -The President's experience -Kennedy [John F. or Robert F.?] -Finch -Requirements -Walters -Richard G. Kleindienst -Kleindienst International Telephone and Telegraph [ITT] -Kleindienst's deal regarding anti-trust action -ITT and Hartford -ITT and Grinnell -Timing -Harold S. Geneen -Possible campaign contribution -Kleindienst's contact on ITT board -Herbert W. Kalmbach -Possible campaign finance law -Effect SST -Ford's efforts in House -Importance -Jobs -Termination costs -Boeing -Possible future administration action -Magruder -Location -Virgin Islands
Conv. No. 498-15 (cont.)
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53 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
[Privacy] [Duration: 17s ]
END WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 4 ********************************************************************** Conv. No. 498-15 (cont.) Connally's schedule -Possible Alabama briefing, meeting with the President, congressional testimony Haldeman and Ehrlichman left at 4:27 pm
Conversation No. 498-16 Date: May 13, 1971 Time: 4:28 pm - 4:31 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with General Alexander M. Haig, Jr. Henry A. Kissinger's conversation with Anatoliy F. Dobrynin The President's schedule -Forthcoming statement -Dean G. Acheson, William P. Rogers -Possible statement by the President endorsed by former Cabinet officers [Unintelligible] The President and Haig left at 4:31 pm
Conversation No. 498-17 Date: May 13, 1971 Time: Unknown between 6:03 pm and 6:05 pm
54 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Location: Oval Office The President met with an unknown person Henry A. Kissinger's schedule The unknown person left at an unknown time before 6:05 pm Conv. No. 498-16 (cont.) 498-18
Conversation No. 498-18 Date: May 13, 1971 Time: Unknown after 6:03 pm until 6:28 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with Alexander P. Butterfield Presidents schedule [Signing documents] Henry A. Kissinger entered at 6:05 pm Changes in document -Cyrus R. Vance -Form of address US troops in Europe -The President's statement -Importance -"The Establishment" -Herbert H. Humphrey Butterfield left at 6:08 pm -Distribution -Possible changes -John A. Scali -Distribution, endorsement
55 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Ronald L. Ziegler's views -Timing -Possible changes -Kissinger's conversation with Vance -Mansfield resolution -The President's response -Kissinger's conversations -Clark MacGregor, Hugh Scott, Robert P. Griffin Conv. No. 498-18 (cont.) -Michael J. (Mike) Mansfield -Strategic Arms Limitation Talks [SALT] announcement -The President's statement -Kissinger's possible call to Lyndon B. Johnson -Harry S. Truman -Dean G. Acheson's possible call -Relations with the President -Johnson -Truman -Acheson's call Forthcoming announcement on Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty [SALT] -Kissinger's conversation with Anatoliy F. Dobrynin -Text of the statement -Working -Possible problems -Dobrynins instructions -Memo for the President's file -Soviet Union interpretation -Timing -Press coverage -Soviet Union concerns -US concerns -William P. Rogers -Kissinger's possible conversation with Gerard C. Smith -Kissinger's role -Rogers -Knowledge of Middle East peace negotiations -Defense Department -Forthcoming conversation with the President -Alexei N. Kosygin -Dobrynin
56 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Understanding -Smith -John McRoberts -Murrey Marder -Senators -J. William Fulbright -Press Coverage -Negotiations -Smith The President's schedule -Robert D. Murphy -Conversation with Kissinger, May 13, 1971 -Report The President's previous meeting regarding U.S. forces in Europe -Henry Cabot Lodge -Gen. Lauris Norstad -John Hay Whitney -Acheson -Rogers Rogers Kissinger's schedule -Address to Brookings Institute Board of Directors -Democratic National Committee -North Atlantic Treaty Organization [NATO] - Vietnam
Conv. No. 498-18 (cont.)
President's foreign policy -Berlin agreement -SALT -Forthcoming Congressional recess -Forthcoming Soviet summit -People's Republic of China [PRC] Vietnam -Laotian incursion -Gen. Creighton W. Abrams, Jr. -Negotiations
57 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Le Duan's Schedule Demonstrations in Washington, D.C. -Radio Peking's reports -Johnson's Administration -Effect -Johnson compared to the President Conv. No. 498-18 (cont.) Presidency -The President contrasted with Lyndon B. Johnson Johnson -Trip to Vietnam -Public statements -Compared with the President -Foreign policy -Compared with the President -Advisors -Kissinger's briefings -Interests The President -Kissinger's interview with New York Daily News -Nelson A. Rockefeller support in 1968 -Kissingers statements John F. Kennedy -Knowledge of world leaders Mansfield -Resolution regarding NATO -Popular opinion -Vance's comment regarding Herbert H. Humphrey, Edmund S. Muskie -Prospects in Congress -The President's response -Statement -Endorsement by "Establishment" The President and Kissinger left at 6:28 pm